Social Security Pulls Back on Requiring Two-Factor Authentication
Lawmakers and senior groups protested the security requirements; nearly a quarter of seniors don't have a cell phone.
Vanguard, Fidelity Charitable Name New Execs
Vanguard Charitable has a new CFO, and Fidelity Charitable recently named a new president.
Should Precious Metals Be a Core Holding in Investors’ Portfolios?
ETF Securities discusses the potential benefits of a precious metals allocation, which include diversification and downside risk protection.
Latest 403(b) Suit Targets Columbia University
"Until employers recognize their duties and fulfill their duties, these cases will keep coming," says lawyer Charles Field of Sanford Heisler.
More Americans Have Increased Their Retirement Savings in 2016: Bankrate
Bankrate.com found that 21% of working Americans are saving more for retirement, the highest level reported in five years.
Suits Against NYU, Yale, Duke Over 403(b) Fees a ‘Sign of Things to Come’
“This may be a whole new chapter in 401(k) and 403(b) fee litigation,” employee benefits lawyer Carol Buckmann says.
Bernanke: How the Fed’s Thinking Has Changed
The ex-Fed chairman says there has been a change in how most FOMC participants view growth, unemployment and the value of the federal funds rate.
Forget the Low VIX, Advisors Say Managing Market Volatility Is Top Concern
Volatility is the top concern for financial advisors for the fourth consecutive quarter, according to Eaton Vance's Advisor Top-of-Mind Index.
Kleintop: Does Zika Pose an Olympic-Sized Risk to Stocks?
To determine Zika's effect, Schwab's Jeffrey Kleintop looks at three relatively recent viral epidemics and their impact on the economy and markets.
10 Worst States for Paying Off Student Loan Debt
"Where you live doesn’t just affect the value of your property; it also reflects the worth of your college degree," WalletHub says.